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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2003Comparative Inelastic Pushover Analysis of Masonry Frames.SALONIKIOS Thomas; KARAKOSTAS Christos; LEKIDIS Vassilios; ANTHOINE ArmelleArticles in Journals
1995Derivation of the in-Plane Elastic Characteristics of Mansory through Homogenization TheoryANTHOINE ArmelleArticles in Journals
2000Effect of Couple-Stresses on the Elastic Bending of Beams.ANTHOINE ArmelleArticles in Journals
2007In-Plane and Out-of-Plane Homogenisation of MasonryMISTLER Michael; ANTHOINE ARMELLE; BUTENWEG ChristophArticles in Journals
1998Inertie de Flexion d'une Section Circulaire selon la Theorie du Second Gradient.ANTHOINE ArmelleArticles in Journals
2010Introducing students to structural dynamics and earthquake engineeringTIRELLI Daniel; MARAZZI FRANCESCO; ANTHOINE ArmelleArticles in Journals
2013Numerical simulations in support of the blast actuator developmentVALSAMOS GEORGIOS; LARCHER Martin; SOLOMOS George; ANTHOINE ArmelleEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Second-order homogenisation of functionnally graded materialsANTHOINE ArmelleArticles in Journals
2006A Simple Displacement Control Technique for Pushover AnalysesANTHOINE ARMELLEArticles in Journals
2012Static and dynamic analysis of a reinforced concrete flat slab frame building for progressive collapseKOKOT Seweryn; ANTHOINE Armelle; NEGRO Paolo; SOLOMOS GeorgeArticles in Journals
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